Alvin Kamara dons Colin Kaepernick jersey, 'Make Africa Home Again' hat in Saints locker room after win
Kamara had a quiet night on the field, but he wanted to make some noise off it
Alvin Kamara stepped out of the limelight for the Saints' the Redskins on the field. The prime-time game was about Drew Brees' record-setting night and Mark Ingram's . When it was over, Kamara had just nine touches for 39 yards, a far cry from the 22.75 touches and 84 yards he was getting per game heading into this week.
After the Saints' 43-19 win, however, Kamara had something to say.
Kamara wore a Colin Kaepernick jersey and a "Make Africa Home Again" hat that's in the same style as Donald Trump's "Make America Great Again" hat, and he did it on a night when all eyes were on the Saints.
The Panthers and Saints may be division rivals, but apparently at least some of their players are unified on that front. Of course, the biggest problem some Saints fans may end up having with this is seeing one of their players in a 49ers jersey. Whether you're talking about the NFC West days or the 2011 playoffs, that shade of red causes a lot of pain to a lot of fans of the Saints.
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